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CITY MULTI Control System
and Mitsubishi Mr. SLIM Air Conditioners
MA Touch Remote Controller
PAR-CT01MAA-PB
PAR-CT01MAA-SB
PAR-CT01MAA-S
PAR-CT01MAR-PB
PAR-CT01MAR-SB
Instruction Book
Prior to use, thoroughly read the instructions in this manual to use the product correctly.
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Make sure that this CD-ROM and the Installation Manual are passed on to any future users.
To ensure safety and proper operation of the remote controller, the remote controller should
only be installed by qualified personnel.
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  • Page 1 <ORIGINAL> English Français CITY MULTI Control System Español and Mitsubishi Mr. SLIM Air Conditioners MA Touch Remote Controller Italiano PAR-CT01MAA-PB PAR-CT01MAA-SB Português PAR-CT01MAA-S PAR-CT01MAR-PB Ελληνικά PAR-CT01MAR-SB Türkçe Instruction Book Svenska Deutsch Nederlands Русский Český Magyar Polski Dansk Prior to use, thoroughly read the instructions in this manual to use the product correctly.
  • Page 3 Contents Safety precautions ..........4 Controller components .........6 Controller interface - Status display/Main display ....6 Controller interface - Menu screen ........8 Display - Status display/Main display ........10 Menu structure and icons ........12 Menu structure ..............12 Icon explanations ...............15 Basic operations ..........16 Power ON/OFF ..............16 Operation mode, temperature, fan speed, vane, louver, and ventilation (Lossnay) settings ........17...
  • Page 4: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions • Thoroughly read the following safety precautions before using the unit. • Observe these precautions carefully to ensure safety. WARNING Indicates a risk of death or serious injury. CAUTION Indicates a risk of serious injury or structural damage. •...
  • Page 5 This controller is designed for exclusive use with the Building Management System by Mitsubishi Electric. The use of this controller for with other systems or To avoid damage to the controller, provide protection for other purposes may cause malfunctions.
  • Page 6: Controller Components

    Controller components Controller interface - Status display/Main display Status display Main display ⑨ ① ③ ⑥ ④ ⑤ ⑦ ⑧ ②...
  • Page 7 ① ⑦ Touch panel & Fan speed shortcut button Backlit full color LCD Press to directly access the fan speed settings screen. Operation settings will appear. When the backlight is off, pressing any area switches the screen to the Status ⑧...
  • Page 8: Controller Interface - Menu Screen

    Controller components Controller interface - Menu screen ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ④ ③ ② ①...
  • Page 9 ① ⑧ ON/OFF button Function button F4 Press to turn ON/OFF the indoor unit. Menu screen: The button function varies with the screen. ② The functions of the function buttons SELECT button change depending on the screen. Press to save the setting. Refer to the button function guide that appears at the bottom of the LCD for the functions they serve on a given...
  • Page 10: Display - Status Display/Main Display

    Controller components Display - Status display/Main display The Status display and Main display can be displayed in two different modes: “Full” and “Basic.” The factory setting is “Full.” For how to switch the mode, refer to page 58. Full mode * All icons are displayed for explanation.
  • Page 11 ① ⑨ Preset temperature or room temperature Appears when the operation mode is centrally controlled. Preset temperature or room temperature appears here. ⑩ (See the Installation Manual.) Appears when the preset temperature is ② Setting item and setting centrally controlled. contents Page 17 ⑪...
  • Page 12: Menu Structure And Icons

    Menu structure and icons Menu structure Main menu Operation ........Page 25 High power Comfort Manual vane angle ......Page 26 ........Refer to the indoor unit Instruction Book. 3D i-See sensor Timer menu Timer On/Off timer ........Page 29 Auto-Off timer ........
  • Page 13 Display setting ......... Page 58 Main display ..Display details Refer to the Installation Manual. (Icon explanation etc.) Brightness ........... Page 61 ......Page 62 Language selection ..........Page 64 Design Operation setting ........... Auto mode Refer to the Installation Manual........
  • Page 14 Menu structure and icons Settings menu Function setting (Mr. SLIM) ....Refer to the Installation Manual. Function setting (CITY MULTI) ... Refer to the Installation Manual. Lossnay (CITY MULTI only) ....Refer to the Installation Manual. Check menu Error history ........Refer to the Installation Manual.
  • Page 15: Icon Explanations

    Icon explanations Controller operation The table below Timer summarizes the square icons used in this manual. The administrator or maintenance user password must be entered on the password input screen to change settings. There is no settings that can skip this process.
  • Page 16: Basic Operations

    Basic operations Power ON/OFF Button operation Press the button. ON/OFF The ON/OFF lamp will light up in green, and the operation will start. When “LED lighting” is set to “No,” the ON/OFF lamp will not light up. ON/OFF button Press the button again.
  • Page 17: Operation Mode, Temperature, Fan Speed, Vane, Louver And Ventilation (Lossnay) Settings

    Operation mode, temperature, fan speed, vane, louver, and ventilation (Lossnay) settings Button operation Operation mode ▼ ▲ Each pressing of the button cycles through the following operation modes. Select the desired operation mode. Cool Auto Heat • Operation modes that are not available to the connected indoor unit models will not appear on the display.
  • Page 18 Basic operations Preset temperature <Cool, Dry, Heat, and Auto (single set point)> ▼ Press the button to decrease the preset Operation mode ▲ temperature, and press the button to increase. • Refer to the table on page 19 for the settable Room temperature temperature range for different operation modes.
  • Page 19 ▼ Press the button to decrease the selected ▲ temperature, and press the button to increase. • Refer to the table below for the settable temperature Preset range for different operation modes. temperature • The preset temperature settings for cooling and heating in for cooling the Auto (dual set point) mode are also used by the Cool/ Preset...
  • Page 20 Basic operations Fan speed ▼ ▲ Each pressing of the button cycles through the following fan speeds. Auto • The available fan speeds depend on the models of connected indoor units. Vane setting ▼ ▲ Each pressing of the button cycles through the following vane settings.
  • Page 21 Louver setting ▼ ▲ Press the button to turn on or off the louver swing. (Sample screen on CITY MULTI) Ventilation setting The ventilation setting can be made even when the units are in operation. ▼ ▲ Each pressing of the button cycles through the following ventilation settings.
  • Page 22: Navigating Through The Menu

    Navigating through the menu Main menu list Main menu Setting items Setting details Page Operation High power Use to reach the comfortable room temperature quickly. • Units can be operated in the High-power mode for up to 30 minutes. Comfort Manual Use to fix each vane angle.
  • Page 23 Main menu Setting items Setting details Page Energy Energy Schedule Set the start/stop times to operate the units in the saving saving energy-save mode for each day of the week, and set the energy-saving rate. • Up to four energy-save operation patterns can be set for each day.
  • Page 24: Navigating Through The Main Menu

    Navigating through the menu Navigating through the Main menu Button operation Accessing the Main menu Press the Setting button on the Main display. The Main menu will appear. Item selection Press to move the cursor left. Press to move the cursor right. Cursor...
  • Page 25: Function Settings

    Function settings High power Function description High-power operation function allows the units to operate at higher-than-normal capacity so that the room air can be conditioned to an optimum temperature quickly. This operation will last for up to 30 minutes, and the unit will return to the normal operation mode at the end of the 30 minutes or when the room temperature reaches the preset temperature, whichever is earlier.
  • Page 26: Manual Vane Angle

    Function settings Manual vane angle Button operation Select “Comfort” from the Operation menu, and press SELECT button. Select “Manual vane angle” with the button, and press the button. SELECT...
  • Page 27 Move the cursor to “Ref. address” or “Unit No.” with button to select. Select the refrigerant address and the unit number for the units to whose vanes are to be fixed, with the button, and press the button. SELECT • Ref.
  • Page 28 Function settings The current vane setting will appear. Select the desired outlets from “1,” “2,” “3,” “4,” or “1, 2, 3, 4 (all outlets)” with the button. Press the button to go through the following options and select the desired setting. No setting Step 1 Step 2...
  • Page 29: Timer (On/Off Timer)

    Timer (On/Off timer) Button operation Select “Timer” from the Main menu (refer to page 24), and press the SELECT button. The On/Off timer will not work in the following cases: when On/Off timer is disabled, during an error, during check (in the service menu), during test run, during remote controller diagnosis, when the clock is not set, during function setting, when the system is centrally controlled (when On/Off operation or timer operation...
  • Page 30 Function settings The screen to set the timer will appear. Select the desired item with the button out of “On/Off timer,” “On,” “Off,” or “Repeat.” Change the setting with the button. • On/Off timer: No (disable)/Yes (enable) • On: Operation start time (settable in 5-minute increments) * Press and hold the button to rapidly advance the numbers.
  • Page 31 Press the SELECT button to save the settings. A confirmation screen will appear. Navigating through the screens • To go back to the Main menu ... MENU button • To return to the previous screen ..RETURN button will appear on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode when the On/Off timer is enabled.
  • Page 32: Timer (Auto-Off Timer)

    Function settings Timer (Auto-Off timer) Button operation Bring up the Timer setting screen. (Refer to page 29.) Select “Auto-Off”, and press the SELECT button. The Auto-Off timer will not work in the following cases: when Auto-Off timer is disabled, during an error, during check (in the service menu), during test run, during remote controller diagnosis, during function setting, when the system is centrally controlled (when On/Off...
  • Page 33 Press the SELECT button to save the settings. A confirmation screen will appear. Navigating through the screens • To go back to the Main menu ... MENU button • To return to the previous screen ..RETURN button will appear on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode when the Auto-Off timer is enabled.
  • Page 34: Weekly Timer

    Function settings Weekly timer Button operation Select “Weekly timer” from the Timer menu, and press the SELECT button. The Weekly timer will not work in the following cases: when the On/Off timer is enabled, when the weekly timer is disabled, during an error, during check (in the service menu), during test run, during remote controller diagnosis, when the clock is not set, during function setting, when the system is centrally controlled (On/Off...
  • Page 35 The weekly timer settings screen will appear. In the “Action” setting, select “1” to enable the timer setting 1, or select “2” to enable the timer setting 2 with the button. Then, press the SELECT button. To check the setting contents of the timer setting 1 or 2, move the cursor to “Setting”...
  • Page 36 Function settings Operation pattern setting screen will appear. Press the button to move the cursor to the desired pattern number. Move the cursor to the time, On/Off, or temperature with the button. Change the settings with the button. • Time: settable in 5-minute increments * Press and hold the button to rapidly advance the numbers.
  • Page 37: Ou Silent Mode

    OU silent mode Function description This function allows the user to set the time periods in which priority is given to quiet operation of outdoor units over temperature control. Set the start and stop times each day of the week for the quiet operation.
  • Page 38 Function settings The screen to enable (Yes) and disable (No) the silent mode will appear. To enable this setting, move the cursor to “Yes” with button, and press the button . SELECT The OU silent mode setting screen will appear. To make or change the setting, move the cursor to the desired day of the week with the button,...
  • Page 39 The setting screen will appear. Move the cursor to the desired item with the button out of Start time, Stop time, or Silent level. Change the settings with the button. • Start/Stop time: settable in 5-minute increments * Press and hold the button to rapidly advance the numbers.
  • Page 40: Night Setback

    Function settings Night setback Function description This control starts heating operation when the control object group is stopped and the room temperature drops below the preset lower limit temperature. Also, this control starts cooling operation when the control object group is stopped and the room temperature rises above the preset upper limit temperature.
  • Page 41 Move the cursor to the desired item with the button out of Night setback No (disable)/Yes (enable), Temp. range, Start time, or Stop time. Change the settings with the button. • Temp. range: The lower limit temperature (for heating operation) and the upper limit temperature (for cooling operation) can be set.
  • Page 42 Function settings will appear on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode when the Night setback function is enabled. appears when the timer is disabled by the centralized control system. The Night setback will not work in the following cases: when the unit is in operation, when the Night setback function is disabled, during an error, during check (in...
  • Page 43: Restriction

    Restriction Setting the temperature range restriction Button operation Select “Energy saving” from the Main menu (refer to page 24), and press the SELECT button. Move the cursor to “Restriction” with the button, and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 44 Function settings The current settings will appear. Move the cursor to “Temp. range” with the button, and press the SELECT button. The screen to set the temperature range will appear. Move the cursor to the desired item with the button out of “Temp. range,” “Cool•Dry,” “Heat,” or “Auto.”...
  • Page 45 Change the settings with the button. • Temp. range: No (unrestricted) or Yes (restricted) • Cool•Dry: U pper and lower limit temperature (1ºC increments) • Heat: Upper and lower limit temperature (1ºC increments) • Auto: Upper and lower limit temperature (1ºC increments) Temperature setting ranges Mode Lower limit Upper limit...
  • Page 46 Function settings Restriction Operation lock function To enable the operation lock function, set the item “Operation locked” to “ Yes”. Button operation Bring up the Restriction setting screen. (Refer to page 43.) Move the cursor to “Operation locked” and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 47 The screen to make the settings for the operation lock function will appear. Move the cursor to the desired item with the button out of “Operation locked,” “Location,” “On/Off,” “Mode,” “Set temp.,” “Menu,” “Fan,” “Louver,” or “Vane.” Change the settings with the button.
  • Page 48 Function settings will appear on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode when the operation lock function setting is enabled. Operation guide that corresponds to the locked function will be suppressed. To display the main menu while the menu setting is being locked, press and hold the button for Setting...
  • Page 49: Energy Saving

    Energy saving Automatic return to the preset temperature After the Auto return function is enabled, when the operation mode change or ON/OFF operation is performed from this remote controller, the set temperature automatically returns to the required temperature regardless of the set time. Button operation Select “Energy saving”...
  • Page 50 Function settings The screen to make the settings for the automatic return to the preset temperature will appear. Move the cursor to the desired item with the button out of “Auto return,” “Cool,” or “Heat.” Change the settings with the button.
  • Page 51 Energy saving Setting the energy-saving operation schedule Button operation Bring up the “Energy saving” screen. (Refer to page 49.) Move the cursor to “Schedule,” and press the button. SELECT The screen to see the schedule will appear. Press the button to see the settings for each day of the week.
  • Page 52 Function settings The setting change/day of the week selection screen will appear. Up to four operation patterns can be set for each day. Move the cursor to the desired day of the week with button, and press the button to select it.
  • Page 53 will appear on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode when the unit is operated in the energy saving mode. Navigating through the screens • To go back to the setting change/day of the week selection screen ..........button SELECT • To go back to the Main menu ..
  • Page 54: Clock

    Function settings Clock Button operation Select “Initial setting” from the Main menu (refer to page 24), and press the SELECT button. Clock setting is required before making the following settings. • On/Off timer • Weekly timer • OU silent mode • Energy saving • Night setback If a given system has no system controllers, the clock time will not automatically be corrected.
  • Page 55 Move the cursor to “Clock” with the button, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to the desired item with the button out of year, month, date, hour, or minute. Increase or decrease the value for the selected item with the button, and press the SELECT...
  • Page 56: Daylight Saving Time

    Function settings Daylight saving time Function description The start/end time for daylight saving time can be set. The daylight saving time function will be activated based on the setting contents. • If a given system has a system controller, disable this setting to keep the correct time. •...
  • Page 57 Move the cursor to the following items with the button to make the settings. • Select “No” (disable) or “Yes” (enable) with the button. The default setting is “No.” • Date(Start) Set the day of the week, week number, and month with the button.
  • Page 58: Main Display

    Function settings Main display Button operation Select “Display setting” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Main display” with the button, and press the button. SELECT Select “Full” or “Basic” (refer to page 10) with the button, and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 59: Icon Explanation

    Icon explanation Button operation Select “Display setting” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Main display” with the button, and press the button. SELECT Select “Icon explan.” with the button, select the desired setting “Yes” or “No” with the button, and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 60 Function settings When “Yes” is selected, the explanation of the icon of the setting item will appear as shown at left.
  • Page 61: Brightness

    Brightness Button operation Select “Display setting” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Brightness” with the button, and press the button. SELECT Adjust the brightness with the button. “ON” or “OFF” can be selected for the “Stay lit” setting with the button.
  • Page 62: Language Selection

    Function settings Language selection Function description The desired language can be set. The language options are English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Swedish, Russian, Greek, Turkish, Dutch, Czech, Hungarian, and Polish. Button operation Select “Display setting” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button.
  • Page 63 Move the cursor to the language you desire with the through buttons, and press the SELECT button to save the setting. When the power is on for the first time, the Language selection screen will be displayed. Select a desired language.
  • Page 64: Design

    Function settings Design Button operation Select “Display setting” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Design” with the button, and press the button. SELECT Select “Color” with the button. • Color: The display color can be selected. (Refer to the next page.) •...
  • Page 65 Select the following item with the button, and set the desired display color for each item. • Color shade: Set the color shade with the F3 or F4 button. (The settable range is -90 to 89.) • Pattern: Set the color with the F4 button. •...
  • Page 66: Touch Panel Calibration

    Function settings Touch panel calibration Button operation Select “Touch panel” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Touch panel calibration” with the button, and press the button. SELECT A confirmation screen will appear. Select “Cancel”...
  • Page 67 Touch the nine black dots in the order they appear on the screen. When all nine black dots are touched, the calibration is complete, and the display will return to the touch panel menu. • If the touch panel is left untouched for one minute, the calibration will be canceled and the display will automatically return to the previous screen.
  • Page 68: Touch Panel Cleaning

    Function settings Touch panel cleaning Button operation Select “Touch panel” from the Initial setting menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Touch panel cleaning” with the button, and press the button. SELECT A confirmation screen will appear. Select “Cancel”...
  • Page 69 This screen allows the user to wipe the touch panel for 30 seconds without accidentally changing the settings. The display will return to the touch panel menu after the 30 seconds. • Wipe with a soft dry cloth, a cloth soaked in water with mild detergent, or a cloth dampened with ethanol. Do not use acidic, alkaline, or organic solvents.
  • Page 70: Initialize Remote Controller

    Function settings Initialize remote controller Function description The remote controller can be initialized to the factory shipment state. Note that the following data will be initialized. The remote controller will automatically be started up after being initialized. Timer setting, Weekly timer setting, OU silent mode setting, Energy saving setting, Energy saving option setting, Clock setting, Daylight saving time setting, Main display setting, Brightness setting, Display details setting, Design setting, Auto mode setting, Model name setting, Serial No.
  • Page 71 Select “OK” with the button. The remote controller will automatically be started up after being initialized.
  • Page 72: Remote Controller Information

    Function settings Remote controller information Function description The information of the remote controller in use can be checked. Button operation Select “Others” from the Service menu, and press the button. SELECT Move the cursor to “Remote controller information” with the button, and press the SELECT button.
  • Page 73 The model name, software version, and serial number of the remote controller in use can be checked.
  • Page 74: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Error information When an error occurs, the following screen will appear and the operation LED will blink. Check the error status, stop the operation, and consult your dealer. Button operation Error code, error unit, refrigerant address, unit model name, date and time on which an error occurred, and serial number will appear.
  • Page 75 Press the button or the button to reset ON/OFF the error that is occurring. Errors cannot be reset while the ON/OFF operation is prohibited. Select “OK” with the button. A confirmation screen will appear. Navigating through the screens • To go back to the Main menu ..MENU button...
  • Page 76 Troubleshooting Checking the error information While no errors are occurring, page 2/2 of the error information (refer to page 74) can be viewed from the menu operation. Select “Maintenance” menu from the Main menu, and press the SELECT button. To display the error information screen, select “Error information”...
  • Page 77: No Occupancy Auto-Off

    No occupancy Auto-OFF The following screen will appear for the 3D i-See sensor panel model when the unit is stopped due to the No occupancy Auto-OFF function of the energy saving option. Refer to the indoor unit Instruction Book for the 3D i-See sensor setting.
  • Page 78: Maintenance

    Maintenance Filter information will appear on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode when it is time to clean the filters. Wash, clean, or replace the filters when this sign appears. Refer to the indoor unit Instructions Manual for details.
  • Page 79 Select “OK” with the button. A confirmation screen will appear. Navigating through the screens • To go back to the Main menu ..MENU button • To return to the previous screen ..RETURN button When the is displayed on the Status display and the Main display in the Full mode, the system is centrally controlled and the filter sign cannot be reset.
  • Page 80: Specifications

    Specifications Controller specifications Specification Product size Standard (PAR-CT01MAA(R)-SB/PAR-CT01MAA-S): 65(W) × 120(H) × 14.1(D) mm (2 9/16 × 4 23/32 × 9/16 [in]) (not including the protruding part) Premium (PAR-CT01MAA(R)-PB): 68(W) × 120(H) × 14.1(D) mm (2 11/16 × 4 23/32 × 9/16 [in]) (not including the protruding part) Net weight Standard (PAR-CT01MAA(R)-SB/PAR-CT01MAA-S):...
  • Page 81 Function list (as of October 1, 2017) ○ × : Supported : Unsupported Function CITY MULTI Mr. SLIM Required password ○ ○ Power Power ON/OFF ○ ○ Settings Operation mode ○ ○ Auto (dual set point) mode ○ ○ Preset temperature ○...
  • Page 82: List Of Functions That Can/Cannot Be Used In Combination

    Specifications List of functions that can/cannot be used in combination High On/Off Auto-off Weekly Temperature Operation Auto Energy Night power timer timer timer silent range lock return saving setback mode schedule High power On/Off timer Auto-off timer Weekly timer OU silent mode Temperature range...
  • Page 83 The product at hand is based on the following EU regulations: • Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive 2014/30/EU HEAD OFFICE: TOKYO BLDG. , 2-7-3, MARUNOUCHI, CHIYODA-KU, TOKYO 100-8310, JAPAN MANUFACTURER: MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC CORPORATION Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Systems Works 5-66, Tebira 6 Chome, Wakayama-city, 640-8686, Japan WT08560X01...